If you are spending a weekend in Umbria, you have the possibility to visit one of the most fascinating city of the Italy, with a lot of historical attractions and things to see. Gubbio: we’re talking about this ancient, Medieval town.
Among the things to see in Gubbio, the first is its old town centre: here you can completely live the Medieval atmosphere that characterizes this city
Milan is preparing to celebrate the Carnival 2017, full of fun, initiatives and entertainment as always. This year Carnevale di Milano will be celebrated on 4 March 2017. Even the 42th edition will enhance the old town centre of the city and the neighboring streets with performances and parades. The city in these days of celebration, in fact, merits a visit and shows the best of its multi-ethnic aspect, and its squares and streets are decorated for the occasion.
The main theme of the Venice Carnival 2017 will be Creatum. The edition of this year has a rich program, with a lot of events that will animate the streets and the canals of the Serenissima, from February 11 to 28. A special appointment to live during a weekend in Venice.
One of the most important events of the Venice Carnival 2017 will start on February 18. This is the first day of the contest La maschera più bella (“The best mask”). And at 2.30 pm will take place the Festa delle Marie, a parade of twelve Venetian women with ancient costumes.
Another awaited moment of the Venice Carnival 2017 is the Volo dell’angelo (“Flight of the angel”): on February 19 in Piazza San Marco at twelve o’clock, a guest star will fly from the top of the bell tower of the Basilica to the centre of the square.
An ideal place where you can spend the Valentine’s Day in Piedmont. A little and comfortable Medieval town, suggestive and fascinating. We’re talking about Usseaux. And here you can spend your weekend in the province of Turin.
Usseaux is a little and ancient village, built during the Middle Ages. And today it keeps intact the fascination and the suggestions of its ancient history: houses of stone, the little squares and the gushing fountains on the streets, alleys of stone that dates back to Middle Ages. A Medieval village immersed in the nature and in the tranquility of the mountains of the Alta Val Chisone.
The National Gallery of Cosenza will host until July 2020 the graphic works of Umberto Boccioni, the great Italian futurist artist of the beginning of the twentieth century.